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Blinder for Dotcom as he can’t see US ‘evidence’
Evidently the evidence against Kim Dotcom and Megaupload is so substantial that he isn’t allowed to know what it is to prepare his defence against extradition.
Consumers say NO to internet tracking
Digital consumers around the world are starting to tire of their personal data being collected across the internet.
Ask web inventor Berners-Lee a question
World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee is set to speak in Wellington next month, with the public offered the chance to ask him questions.
Inventor of the web heads to Wellington
Sir Tim Berners-Lee to visit Wellington to deliver a public lecture exploring the benefits of an open internet.
2013 Cloud Predictions
Rackspace ANZ Country Manager Mark Randall offers his thoughts on the world of cloud computing during 2013.
Kim Jong Un’s spoof Google thank you note
Forbes contributor Justin Belmont offers quirky reply to Eric Schmidt's recent visit to North Korea.
Google urges North Korea to go online
Eric Schmidt makes visit to persuade country to embrace the web or risk economic decline.
NZ rejects international teleco treaty changes
Kiwis reject a push to bring the internet under stronger state control.
Teletext loses internet battle, closing early next year
TVNZ Service will shutdown after losing its battle with the internet.
Keep the internet free and open
Chief internet evangelist Vinton Cerf calls for the internet to remain free as the International Telecommunication Union met in Dubai.
Kiwis help decide Internet's future
Five New Zealand delegates to help deliberate the first revision of the International Telecommunications Regulations in 24 years.
Internet stuck in five-year traffic jam
International internet traffic quadruples over five years thanks faster broadband speeds and an online video boom.
Kiwis increase online activity
Latest findings show an increase in internet users throughout the country.
How to find love online
With Valentine’s Day this month, we thought it was the perfect time to revisit one of our past articles "Find Love Online".
500 million now accessing the internet in China
User base growing at a rate of 70 million per year; how long can authorities maintain control over content?
Ex-hacker hired to protect the internet
ICANN asks the founder of the world's largest hacker conference to be its Chief Security Officer.
Skype partners with Tomizone
Wi-fi hotspots across New Zealand to be made available to those with a Skype Access account.
Orcon moves into the South Island
Christchurch and Dunedin now able to sign up for Orcon's telephone and broadband services, Palmerston North and Rotorua next.
Google hails the internet's next chapter
Search giant expects current number of internet addresses to run dry in the next 12 months.
Killzone 3 beta is now live
PlayStation 3 owners can download the multiplayer beta for the upcoming shooter Killzone 3... now!
Web access – and censorship – growing
More New Zealanders are online than ever before, and broadband use continues to rise.
Forum to counter ACTA secrecy
The controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) negotiations roll on with the latest round of talks scheduled for April 12th-16th in Wellington.